City takes to WiFi
Cities nationwide are investing in WiFi systems to support city services. Go to full story... ...
- Written by Urgent Communications Administrator
- 23rd May 2007
Cities nationwide are investing in WiFi systems to support city services.
Newscan: Indiana 911 dispatch-center deadline loomsAlso: Many questions surround Sprint/T-Mobile merger; S.F. to get free public Wi-Fi in business district; Number of abandoned 911 calls rise in Colorado city; Codan intros two tactical repeaters; Hawaiian resort turns to Motorola to upgrade Wi-Fi offering; FCC names acting director of legislative affairs; Cassidian P25 system accepted by Colorado county; ArcGIS system selected by Vermont transit agency; Worldwide 4G LTE connections to top 2 billion within five years.
Newscan: A look at the critical job of 911 dispatchersAlso: NYC launches website for tracking 911 response times; Oregon implements 911 on pre-paid cell phones; LightSquared wants to keep spectrum assets; Harris receives multiple government orders; FCC extends rebanding financial reconciliation deadline; Zetron gear at core of communications system upgrade; Ritron debuts wireless access control system; EWA seeks policy review of VHF vehicular repeater system deployments.
Newscan: With government reopen, FCC sets Oct. 21 filing deadlineAlso: Radio hams put passion to work for public-safety communications; why FirstNet needs state CIOs; how the FCC plans to clear the air for more mobile data; xG Technology ships world's first comprehensive cognitive-radio system; Wireless Hall of Fame honors 2013 inductees; Covia Labs wins FIPS 140-2 certification for interoperability software; OtterBox unveils submersible smartphone cases; AvaLAN Wireless wins award; CalAmp, General Dynamics to partner on broadband; and Belkin docking station makes iPad charging, syncing easier.
CMA conducts 40th conference this weekEvent gives independent representatives and distributors an efficient way to learn about--and get training on--manufacturers products, while they network and discuss key trends and issues.